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Further examples are given in the succeeding lines. For an instance, "Where the dogs go on with their doggy life and the torturer's horse/ Scratches its innocent behind on a tree" are lines that characterize apathy and indifference to the suffering of others.
The poet makes an allusion to Peter Breughel's "The Fall of Icarus" as to support his claim in the first verse of the poem...
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The painting features a ploughman, a shepherd, a ship, and the drowning Icarus. First, one may reckon that these people just missed seeing the drowning boy, but the way Breughel painted them suggests otherwise; they saw the boy, but they didn't care at all. For example, the ploughman "may have heard the splash, the forsaken cry, /But for him it was not an important failure"...
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